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CLEVELAND, OH – AUGUST 18, 2016: Wide receiver Josh Gordon #12 of the Cleveland Browns stands on the field prior to a preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons on August 18, 2016 at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio. Atlanta won 24-13. (Photo : Nick Cammett/Diamond Images/Getty Images))

Josh Gordon has recently applied for NFL reinstatement. However, the star wide collector is likely to find a new team if his ban is lifted this offseason. Reports say that the Steelers enthusiastically wait on word from Roger Goodell about the eventual fate of their own skilled receiver.

A source recently told Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain dealer that the Browns will probably attempt to exchange Gordon. Source added that there is a chance that they could even release him in the event that he is allowed reinstatement. NFL official Roger Goodell is relied upon to make a decision inside the following month or so, reports Steelers Depot.

Josh Gordon has recently had a few opportunities to rectify his act in Cleveland, and he keeps on demonstrating the team he can’t stay on the correct way. The 25-year old has been suspended for 43 of the Browns’ last 48 games. Gordon recently had himself admitted to rehab back in September in the wake of keeping on battling with liquor addiction. Reports suggest that Gordon was in line to have his four-game suspension lifted preceding what was portrayed as a “blunder” at the time.

Josh Gordon has a record of failing numerous drug tests for marijuana while in school at Baylor before being drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2012. The issue proceeded in the NFL, where he reportedly violated the league’s substance abuse policy on different events. Gordon was captured in 2014 for driving while hindered and has been suspended more than once, reports Sports Media.

However, Cabot trusts that the one advocate JoshGordon has in Berea would be Jim Brown, who expedited his restrictive restoration a year ago. Tone Jackson was likewise inquired about Josh Gordon and he also avoided the subject similar to Sashi Brown. Jackson said that Josh Gordon is not yet reinstated and so he thinks it is not the right time to talk about it. 

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